Wednesday, November 2, 2011
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The Department of Transportation will investigate Jet Blue's tarmac delays from this weekend, which left some passengers stuck on the tarmac of an airport in Connecticut.
In conflicting statements on Monday, Herman Cain had a difficult defining what he knew — and when he knew it — about allegations of sexual harassment made against him while he way a lobbyist.
As the deadline nears for the debt reduction super committee to reach agreement on deficit reduction, some Republicans for the first time are allowing for the idea of using some tax increases to close the gap.
After years of waiting, the end is near for a lawsuit against the federal government over racism in USDA programs. Black farmers are eligible to receive settlements from a $1.25 billion fund.
In the face of protests and customer displeasure, a source told Reuters that Bank of America will abandon their plan to implement a $5 per month fee for users of their debit cards.
Sarah Wu, a teacher in Chicago Public Schools, ate school lunch for a year and blogged about it anonymously. She's revealed herself and is now out with a new book, Fed Up With Lunch.